Most would say that they do have a daily routine for good health. We know though that answer is subjective and varies from person to person. It depends on age, current state of health and whether they have ever been given a reason to consider the question. Factors that might cause someone to consider the question:
- Do they currently consider themselves healthy?
- Is there a weight challenge involved?
- Can the person afford the food they consider healthy?
- Is the person currently on medication?
- Does the person workout or exercise regularly?
- Does employment Impose weight and or health requirements?
- Do we snack on a lot of junk food?
Whether we eat breakfast or not, what we choose to eat may depend on the type of work we do. It may also depend on whether we usually eat lunch or not. No matter the meals we eat healthy food is the important thing to keep in mind.
There is very little argument as to whether we feel great, just OK, or we feel sick. It’s the in between feelings that many of us live within. Some of us work out at the local gym, at home or we run all to get that exercise and have the right to believe we’re healthier as a result.
Some of take dally supplements like vitamins, minerals, herbs to augment our daily food intake. Some of these supplements are synthetic leading many to question whether or not these additives are helpful or harmful to the body. Never the less it’s all done in the name of good health.
Many make their yearly visit to the doctors office to get a physical and hopefully to be told they are healthy. Realistically though, some are given news they would rather not hear, like a negative finding of some sort.
There are many persons who have died from illnesses who I’m sure would have given up all their wealth just to get another bite of the apple called life. So there is absolutely no question life is first and most important. Wealth and all the other add-ons are secondary.
Does your daily routine follow the recommended foods (the infamous food pyramid) or, are you aware of the latest recommended facts about which foods are healthy and which ones are not so much.
The latest research has uncovered some startling information which is in stark contrast to what we were previously told about what we should be consuming and which foods we should avoid entirely and which foods we should reduce drastically.
I’ll list a few items we should be concerned about:
Gluten – Gluten(from Latin gluten, “glue”) is a protein complex that is found in 75 to 80 percent of foods we consume. It’s customarily found in cereal grains, especially wheat. but also found in things you might not realize. For Instance, Beer, most spirits, and even in some medicines. What we are most often told is gluten is most associated with Celiac Disease. The truth is, gluten on some level is now associated with many conditions recently discovered ,
MSG – Monosodium glutamate is the sodium salt of glutamic acid. It happens to be in just about everything, including processed food, restaurant food, and also in many store bought spices that go into your home cooked food. It’s difficult to avoid because it goes by so many names, some of which are not even required to be on product package labeling.
Sugar – Addicted from birth as we all were, sugar is added to too many things to list, but rest assured if it has flavor you can assume sugar is in it. Many doctors admit that sugar has the same affect on the brain as cocaine. That’s why the addiction is so difficult to kick.
Water – It’s been known for some time that tap water is not considered safe by most people who are acquainted with the facts about water. It is impossible even under the strictest of conditions to eliminate all the bad things in tap water. So reverse osmosis or distilled water are much safer choices.
Antibiotics – Recent revelations informs us of the longer term effects of antibiotics to the gut, liver and kidneys. Many chronic conditions seemingly not associated with antibiotics are emerging.
SSRIs – selective serotonin re-uptake inhibitors are the most commonly prescribed antidepressants. They are said to ease symptoms of moderate to severe depression, and are said to be relatively safe and typically cause fewer side effects than other types of antidepressants do. A body free of all chemicals will be healthier for the long term, with drastically fewer chronic health conditions.
OTC Medications – Over The Counter Medications are used for many ailments. Extreme caution should be exercised when consuming over the counter medications Especially when combining OTC medications.
It should be noted that all prescribed and OTC medications have side effects associated with their use. So understanding the possible interplay between various drugs could help you avoid many onset chronic conditions.
So having a daily routine for a healthy life involves knowing what supports health and which foods and medicines we should avoid.
With the health issues broadly covered, let’s talk about the business of building real wealth. Wealth that is acquired the correct way is accompanied with the proper mindset. A mindset that is concerned with helping others, with wealth being the result or side effect. There is a spiritual aspect to having wealth that many do not recognize or understand.
Even for those who don’t buy in to the spiritual part do understand that using many of the principles, can yield a measure of results. Perhaps they were taught prosperity attraction principles without fully getting the deeper meaning behind those principles.
That brings me to one of the best ways I can think of .to create wealth where many of the wealth principles are a integral part of the training but not getting too technical.
People who digest and implement these principles most often meet with much success, not only in making more money but, in anything they attempt to do in life. No further proof needed of the efficacy of the universe’s laws when observed than with success..
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